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I have a number of songs on my Windows computer that were copied over from Ubuntu. My mp3's work fine in Media Monkey, but none of my m4a's do. As I guess I believe that it might have something do with incorrect tagging. Is there any program that will help me fix this?

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Do you have Quicktime installed? MM needs it to play m4a.

Some other suggestions can be found in this forum thread

MediaMonkey doesn't play .m4a

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The current version of MediaMonkey (3.2+) will play M4A tracks using Quicktime (assuming it's installed).

Alternatively, an AAC plugin can be purchased via the addons section of the site.

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